A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

An elderly man with wings is blown off course during a tropical storm in this symbolic fantasy. The Old Man lands near a Caribbean island where a poor family gives him shelter in a chicken coop. Father Gonzaga is the skeptical priest who rushes to damn the creature. Soon the Old Man is the subject of curiosity seekers as Elisinda and Pelayo start charging admission. A traveling carnival of human oddities camps near the Old Man as people flock to see the show. The Old Man is reduced to being an unwanted pet, and after six years, he mends his wings and flies away. Nudity, simulated sex with a spider woman, and the ugliness of human exploitation definitely put this fantasy in a category not for children.

An elderly man with wings is blown off course during a tropical storm in this symbolic fantasy. The Old Man (Fernando Birri) lands near a Caribbean island where a poor family gives him shelter in a chicken coop. Father Gonzaga (Luis Alberto Ramirez) is the skeptical priest who rushes to damn the creature. Soon the Old Man is the subject of curiosity seekers as Elisinda (Daisy Granados) and Pelayo (Asdrubal Melendez) start charging admission. A traveling carnival of human oddities camps near the Old Man as people flock to see the show. The Old Man is reduced to being an unwanted pet, and after six years, he mends his wings and flies away. Nudity, simulated sex with a spider woman, and the ugliness of human exploitation definitely put this fantasy in a category not for children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike S (fr) wrote: Completely ridiculous, often childish-- but more often so filled with hilarious moments and warmth. And it earns tons of points for me with its crazy creativity.

Ian E (br) wrote: "Safety Not Guaranteed" has an interesting concept and commits its focus onto its plot that benefits from strong performances from the cast who portray characters with depth and multiple dimensions, and manages to be heartfelt through character development.

Jason M (fr) wrote: Adam Sandler's home video #385

Mike C (ag) wrote: Had the feel of a cheesy USA "Up All Night" movie back in the day. Some likeable qualities...the cute stick figure cartoons and some humor, but falls short in about everything else. Or maybe I'm just too obtuse to get a message from it.

Richard D (mx) wrote: NY hipster Willie (John Lurie from the Lounge Lizards) puts up his cousin Eva from Hungary on her way to live with her aunt in Cleveland. After a few days of restrained hostility, they develop a grudging affection for each other. A year later, Willie and his friend Eddie (Richard Edson from Sonic Youth) borrow a car and drive to Cleveland to visit Eva. After a few days in wintery Cleveland, they decide to drive to Florida. Not much more than this happens ... it's how it happens. I love Jarmusch, and this might still be his best film. There's a scene in Cleveland where they decide to go "see the lake", and they stand in the wind and the snow and stare at a frozen lake. If you agree that this is pretty funny in a deadpan way, this film is for you. Rammellzee, Tom DiCillo (who shot the film) and Rockets Redglare all have cameos. How can you not love that?

F B (gb) wrote: A bit cheesy good old American dream kinda film. Overall a nice film but doesn't show the Rodeo for the cruelty that goes on and makes it out to be all good clean living which is far from the case for the often mistreated animals.

Dan H (ru) wrote: While the main characters are jackasses, and I never found it to be super scary this film for the most part works fairly well. Brian Steele does a pretty great job as bigfoot, our main lead progressively starts to become more likable near the end, and the film goes to a surprisingly powerful place at the end. I liked it.

Bruno V (it) wrote: Didn't fall of my couch laughing but there were lots of funny moments ...never saw any Star-Wars movie completly but i got the jokes relayted to the saga . SOMBLUR

Tyler P (ru) wrote: Bon film o Sean Penn est juste normissime.